Commodities & markets, International issues, Policy, Studies

The Role of Domestic Market Price Regulations in International Trade: the Case of Dairy Policy in the United States

Government policy takes many and varied forms when applied to farm commodity markets. However, distinct policies may achieve similar effects. This paper considers the extent to which domestic market price regulations may affect imports and exports in addition to (or in absence of) the effects of explicit border measures. In particular, the paper investigates how U.S. domestic dairy policy is similar to or different from explicit state trading in commodities which also may substitute for or supplement explicit and transparent border measures.

See PDF paper here: The Role of Domestic Market Price Regulations in International Trade: the Case of Dairy Policy in the United States. Paper by Daniel A. Sumner presented at the November 1998 North American Forum: Workshop on the Role of the State in International Trade.

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